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Councilman Marks proposes to block development at 9 acres near Snyder Lane

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Snyder LaneBaltimore County Councilman David Marks on Thursday announced that he would propose to block future development at nine acres of publicly-owned property west of Snyder Lane in Perry Hall.

The mostly-wooded area stretches from the Chapel Manor Apartments south to Gardenia and Ramblebrook Roads.

The publicly-owned parcel is right now zoned at a level that would allow townhouses, apartments, or condominiums.

The new zoning, Neighborhood Commons, would block any future development.

“We are taking steps to preserve a network of green space throughout Perry Hall,” Councilman Marks commented.

The zoning maps will be adopted by the County Council on August 30th.

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